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Forza Motorsport 6 will be the biggest and most realistic entry in the series yet, says Turn 10 Studios content director John Wendl.
Microsoft has revealed one of the more luxurious special editions of recent times.
Microsoft closed its Gamescom 2015 conference with a good old fashioned ‘one more thing’, this year, although it wasn’t what the preamble had led many to believe.
Tomb Raider sequel Rise of the Tomb Raider is coming to Xbox One this mid-November.
Xbox is finally making a serious move into the eSports sector, it seems.
Just as it did at E3, Microsoft has used its Gamescom platform to show off some brand new footage of Dark Souls 3.
Homefront: The Revolution is still alive and kicking, and looks to be set for release next year.
Minecraft creator Mojang's new game will be a console exclusive on Xbox One.
We Happy few is a brand new indie horror game coming to Xbox One.
Microsoft has announced that hit PC title Cities Skylines is coming to consoles – and it will be on Xbox One before other platforms.
Castlevania spiritual successor Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night will be available to cross-play on both Xbox One and Windows 10.
Xbox One’s backwards compatibility with Xbox 360 games will be rolled out to all users in November.
Xbox One is to receive full DVR functionality for HD TV in Europe.
Platinum Games has revealed that its upcoming title Scalebound will allow up to four players to team up in a new multiplayer mode.
Microsoft has at last detailed some of the features that it hopes will make Crackdown 3 one of the biggest games of 2016.
Quantum Break is coming to Xbox One next April.
Microsoft will kick off Gamescom 2015 this afternoon, and you can watch the whole event right here.
Having only arrived last week, Windows 10 is already on the brink of overtaking the most recent version of Apple’s OSX among Steam users.
Xbox One owners will get a bumper collection of games if they buy the Gears of War: Ultimate Edition later this month.
It looks as if a release date for Xbox One exclusive Quantum Break could be announced at Microsoft’s Gamescom 2015 press briefing tomorrow.
Microsoft has announced its Windows 10 OS is now running on more than 14m devices.
Entering 2014 on the back foot, Xbox One fought passionately to pull itself back into the race against PS4.
There’s a big caveat to note here before we even begin – Windows 10 is currently free to the vast majority of Windows owners.
Free-to-play creation suite Project Spark is now available in a $50 Year One Edition.
Having suggested several times that it was no longer enforcing its indie game release parity policy, Xbox boss Phil Spencer has more or less confirmed its demise.